I got 2.7 kids. It's the best thing that I ever did (x4)
I got 2.7 kids and now I have a perfect life
We left it up to god's hands and 2.7 is what he decides
I got 2.7 kids and now I have a perfect life
But they say I'm crazy just beacuse I commit homicide
'CUS I SNAPPED!
I got tired and snapped one day
I couldn't take it anymore
My son said he's fucking gay
My daughter was a god damn whore
My blood began to heat and boil
I started to scream and yell
Nothing could've stopped me
I delivered them from hell
I took my gun down from it's shelf
And put it to their fucking heads
I fired it 10 or 20 times
To make sure they were good and dead
But people just don't understand
The kind of visions that I see
Once I had over 30 kids
Now I have slightly less than 3
Now I have blood on my hands
And I don't know what to do......huh?...What's that you're saying god?
Now I get to come meet you?
"Just do it like I showed you son,
You know you did it all before
Remember, I'm the reason why you killed that fag and fucking whore"
"Just put the gun into your mouth
And fire it one more time
When you commit suicide
They'll convict you of no crime."
I got 2.7 kids. It's the best thing that I ever did
It was simple. I had a gun, so I shot my only son
I got 2.7 kids. It's the best thing that I ever did
I didn't have a care in the world, so I offed my little girl
I got 2.7 kids. It's the best thing that I ever did (x4)


Lyrics submitted by dirtycasualtypunk

2.7 Kids song meanings
Add Your Thoughts

0 Comments

sort form View by:
  • No Comments

Add your thoughts

Log in now to tell us what you think this song means.

Don’t have an account? Create an account with SongMeanings to post comments, submit lyrics, and more. It’s super easy, we promise!

More Featured Meanings

Album art
Mental Istid
Ebba Grön
This is one of my favorite songs. https://fnfgo.io
Album art
I Can't Go To Sleep
Wu-Tang Clan
This song is written as the perspective of the boys in the street, as a whole, and what path they are going to choose as they get older and grow into men. (This is why the music video takes place in an orphanage.) The seen, and unseen collective suffering is imbedded in the boys’ mind, consciously or subconsciously, and is haunting them. Which path will the boys choose? Issac Hayes is the voice of reason, maybe God, the angel on his shoulder, or the voice of his forefathers from beyond the grave who can see the big picture and are pleading with the boys not to continue the violence and pattern of killing their brothers, but to rise above. The most beautiful song and has so many levels. Racism towards African Americans in America would not exist if everyone sat down and listened to this song and understood the history behind the words. The power, fear, pleading in RZA and Ghostface voices are genuine and powerful. Issac Hayes’ strong voice makes the perfect strong father figure, who is possibly from beyond the grave.
Album art
Punchline
Ed Sheeran
Ed Sheeran sings about missing his former partner and learning important life lessons in the process on “Punchline.” This track tells a story of battling to get rid of emotions for a former lover, whom he now realized might not have loved him the same way. He’s now caught between accepting that fact and learning life lessons from it and going back to beg her for another chance.
Album art
Head > Heels
Ed Sheeran
“Head > Heels” is a track that aims to capture what it feels like to experience romance that exceeds expectations. Ed Sheeran dedicates his album outro to a lover who has blessed him with a unique experience that he seeks to describe through the song’s nuanced lyrics.
Album art
American Town
Ed Sheeran
Ed Sheeran shares a short story of reconnecting with an old flame on “American Town.” The track is about a holiday Ed Sheeran spends with his countrywoman who resides in America. The two are back together after a long period apart, and get around to enjoying a bunch of fun activities while rekindling the flames of their romance.